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St. Louis Metro Area Public Purchasing Association (STLMAPP) was chartered as Chapter One under the auspices of the National Institute of Government Purchasing, Inc. (NIGP) in 1976.  On behalf of STLMAPP members, the Board of Directors would like to extend an invitation to all public purchasing professionals to join us at any of our scheduled meetings.  The association provides its members a local place to meet quarterly and discuss topics that directly relate to the field of procurement.  Meetings provide an opportunity to network with peers, learn from speakers the latest ideas, keep up-to-date with policies and best practices that affect the procurement profession, as well as obtain information on upcoming professional development courses.  We look forward to seeing you!

 

Current Officers and Board Members
President

Dawne Trokey

Accounts Payable/P-Card Coordinator

Meramec Valley R-III School District

Board of Directors

Vicky Frayne

Purchasing Services Specialist

Francis Howell School District

Patty Reuter

Senior Procurement Contract Administrator

St. Louis County Government

Vice-President

Chris Romer, CPPB

Director of Purchasing

St. Charles Community College

 

Theresa Johnson

Contracting Officer

Bi-State Developement Agency

 

Jill Schmitz

Purchasing Specialist

City of Wentzville

Treasurer

Erin Nelson

Accounts Payable/Purchasing Agent

Orchard Farm R-V School District

 

Stephanie Austin-Rashid, CPPB

Senior Procurement Agent

Missouri Dept. of Transportation

 

 

 

Membership

STLMAPP Membership Benefits

ADVANTAGES OF BECOMING A MEMBER

  • Promoting uniform public purchasing laws and simplified standards and specifications.
  • Quarterly Membership Newsletters

EDUCATION

  • Attend NIGP (National Institute of Governmental Purchasing) seminars at Chapter prices – including professional certification preparation seminars.
  • Study groups and reviews for certification preparation.
  • Develop and enhance skills and talents in order to become more competitive in today’s corporate world.
  • Augment current skills with new ones.

NETWORKING

  • Develop a networking system or expand one.
  • Exchange Ideas & Information
  • Discuss current issues with peers throughout your locality.
  • Opportunities to develop cooperative purchasing relationships.

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